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Submitted by BIoodmask 1747d ago | interview

Cubed3 Interview: Marvelous On Little King's Story

The idea of a Dream Team of developers has not really entered people's minds since Chrono Trigger brought together a whole host of talent on the Nintendo's SNES format, back in the 16-bit days. However, fast-forward to when Project O was first unveiled in 2007, with it being announced that Town Factory, CiNG and Marvelous Entertainment were all joining forces, and suddenly expectations were sky high for the project. Pressure to deliver the goods may have been too much for some, but the united group finally delivered one of the best Wii experiences to date when the re-named Little King's Story hit Europe in April 2009.

Cubed3's Adam Riley recently got the chance to discuss the project in more detail with Marvelous Entertainment's Yoshiro Kimura (Director and Producer) and Yasuhiro Wada (CEO of Marvelous). Special thanks go to Ken Berry of XSEED Games and Yen Hau of Rising Star Games for their help setting up the interview. (Little King's Story, Wii)

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